Jagmohan Garg the Supreme Court on Friday said the Delhi government and the Lieutenant Governor can have their “Mahabharat” as long as they want but people cannot be made to suffer due to their fight. A bench of Justice J Chelameswar and Justice Abhay M Sapre took strong exception to the long-drawn tussle between the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party government and the Delhi L-G, saying this should not deprive people of their legitimate due.
“Let them fight… let this Mahabharat go on… we are not bothered but why should people suffer?” the bench asked senior advocate C U Singh, who appeared for the Law Minister in the Delhi government.
The Delhi government had often been at odds with former L-G Najeeb Jung, who resigned in December. Anil Baijal took his place.
“You carry on with your fight… we are not concerned.